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  • Yusuf Has Hajib
    Knowledge for Happiness

    Tarık Günersel’s selected, paraphrased, and recomposed ideas from Kutadgu Bilig / Knowledge For Happiness, a 6500 couplet work written by the Uyghur thinker Yusuf Khass Hajib in 1070.


  • Gods of the Modern World
    Ungovernable for Us: Part III

    The conclusion to Israel Centeno’s three-part series on the roots of violence in Latin America. In this final installment Centeno discusses how “distorted legends of heroism” and nationalism cover and cause the region’s inextricable cycle of revolt and “the prevalence of violence in all spaces.”


  • Video: Questions and Answers about Cuba’s Generation Zero

    Generation Zero: An Anthology of New Cuban Fiction editor Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo answers questions at City of Asylum Pittsburgh about the current state of Cuban literature, the complexity of the term “afro-cuban,” accessing the internet in Cuba, and why there’s currently a lack of unity among Cuban literary organizations and authors.